Rene Marsh Biography
Rene Marsh is a news correspondent working as a news anchor and reporter in the network’s Washington bureau for CNN. Before joining CNN News, She served in Miami for WSVN as a general assignment correspondent.
Rene Marsh Age
Marsh Rene was born in Binghamton, New York in the United States, on April 17, 1982. She is 39 years old.
Rene Marsh Height
Marsh is 5 feet 3 inches m tall.
Rene Marsh Weight
She weighs 55 kgs
Rene Marsh Education
She joined the School of Public Communications at the University of Syracuse and earned a master’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Rene Marsh Family
Marsh Rene likes to keep her life private away from the spotlight concerning her father, mother, and siblings. Though, review information regarding hr family members and siblings is in progress and will be soon updated as we have clear facts.
Rene Marsh Husband
Marsh Rene is married to her handsome husband called Kedric Payne. The duo started dating on Thanksgiving that same year. Later on, in 2017the duo got engaged. The duo is happy to be blessed with one amazing kid.
Rene Marsh Children
Marsh and Kedric are proud parents of Vince Payne who was born on March 16, 2019.
Rene Marsh Salary
Rene Marsh receives an annual salary of $ 300k per year. This is in accordance with CNN News Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Rene Marsh Net Worth
Marsh has an estimated net worth of $ 3 Million.
Rene Marsh Career
Marsh Rene in 2012 joined CNN News and has also reported various stories including the majority of countries entering the United States for 90 days and the Trump administration’s travel ban barring citizens from seven Muslims.
Before working for CNN News, Rene Marsh served in Miami, Florida for WSVN as a general assignment correspondent, covering education, local politics, and breaking news. Rene also served in Albany, New York at CBS 6 as a weekend anchor and an investigative reporter.
Marsh started her career in Shreveport, Louisiana at KTAL as an anchor and reporter. In her reporter’s stories, Rene reported at the Transportation Security Administration the controversial proposal under consideration to eliminate more than 150 small passenger screening and cross the US medium-sized airports.